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Randall Tobias Schuh: a celebration of his career and accomplishments on the occasion of his 70th birthday.

The decision to dedicate a volume in Entomologica Americana to Toby Schuh came about on a December afternoon in 2010 during a visit by CAJ to Washington, D.C., to study the USNM's Reuteroscopus type collection. We had been chatting about various heteropterists and their work when both of us remarked about how much Toby has contributed to science. We speculated about his age and, with a little secretive probing, discovered that on May 11, 2013 Toby would turn 70, a perfect age to celebrate his career and his many accomplishments in the fields of systematics and biogeography of Heteroptera, especially, of course, the Miridae. All seemed perfectly in place until Toby quietly decided to retire on December 31, 2011, in the midst of having received his largest NSF award. The call for submissions to honor Dr. Randall Tobias (Toby) Schuh was expedited and the replies came fast and furious. From his life of accomplishments to his role as a mentor, it is easy to see why so many gladly chose to contribute. Now, this Festschrift honors his life's research and his tireless service of 37 years at The American Museum of Natural History.

Throughout his career, Toby has been a leader in the scientific community. He has served as editor for a number of scientific journals, including Systematic Zoology (1977-1979), the Journal of the New York Entomological Society (1983-1989), and Cladistics (1990-1993). He is a past president of the New York Entomological Society and currently Editor-in-Chief of Entomologica Americana (previously Journal of the New York Entomological Society). He is also a founding member and past president of the International Heteropterists Society. At The American Museum of Natural History, Toby served an unprecedented two extended terms as chairman, once for the Department of Entomology (1980-1987) and again for the Division of Invertebrate Zoology (1999-2007).

In a climate where systematics, taxonomy and natural history are often undervalued, Toby has been hugely successful in generating funds to support his research and collection development programs. He was granted an outstanding 2.9 million dollars for the now well-known PBI or Planetary Biodiversity ("Plant Bug") Inventory (http://research.anmh.org/pbi/) grant to study the systematics of the orthotyline and phyline Miridae of the world. Recently, Toby received nearly 4 million dollars for the Tri-Trophic Database (plants, herbivores, and parasitoids) project (http://tcn.amnh.org/), which focuses on databasing and imaging the herbivorous North American Hemiptera (aphids, scales, hoppers, cicadas, and true bugs), their host plants, and their parasitoids from multiple collections throughout the United States.

Toby also has excelled as an educator. He taught "Biogeography" (1988-1992) and "Principles of Systematics" (1994-2007) at The City College of New York, where he is an adjunct professor and has supervised several graduate students. He has also served on Ph.D. committees for more than 10 students in New York, as well as at Cornell University, the University of Maryland, and Texas A & M University. His classroom experience stimulated him to produce a much needed textbook on systematics ("Biological Systematics: Principles and Applications," Schuh, 2000), which is now in its second edition (Schuh and Brower, 2009).

Toby's academic and leadership accomplishments are outstanding. However, his true strength lies in his research on systematics and biogeography of Heteroptera. In 1974, Toby published his 332-page Ph.D. dissertation on the Orthotylinae and Phylinae of South Africa. Since then, Toby has produced several comprehensive book-length studies, such as his 462-page "Revision of the Indo-Pacific Phylinae (1984)" and his 267-page "Revision of Plagiognathus (2001)." With these works in conjunction with almost 100 other publications, Toby has described a new family, a new subfamily, several new tribes, nearly 100 new genera and more than 600 species new to science. In addition, he has produced the immensely useful world catalog of the Miridae [1300+ pp] that is now available online (http://research.amnh.org/pbi/ catalog/) and the widely used standard for information on Heteroptera, the "True Bugs of the World (1995)," with James Slater. Most researchers would be pleased to have written one Annual Review article; Toby has written three, including one in 2011 with C. Weirauch on the "Systematics and evolution of Heteroptera: 25 years of progress" and another in 2012 with G. Cassis on the "Systematics, biodiversity, biogeography, and host associations of the Miridae."

To Toby, we say congratulations on a spectacular career. This volume consists of personal reflections, scientific articles and illustrations in your honor by colleagues, family and friends and describes 22 new species and 5 new genera with your name, a true testament to how you are loved and valued. We wish you many more productive years in your retirement.

ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

We are grateful to the many authors who contributed to this Festschrift volume, especially those who wrote personal tributes, including Toby's wife Brenda Massie, his daughter Ella Massie-Schuh, Gerry Cassis (University of New South Wales, Sydney), Katrina Menard (Sam Noble Museum, University of Oklahoma, Norman), and Ruth Salas (The American Museum of American History, New York). We also thank The New York Entomological Society for supporting this special volume and The American Museum of Natural History for funding: without this support this publication would not have been possible.

PUBLICATIONS BY R. T. SCHUH

Cassis, G. and R. T. Schuh. 2010. Systematic methods, fossils, and relationships within Heteroptera (Insecta). Cladistics 26:262-280.

Cassis, G. and R. T. Schuh. 2012. Systematics, biodiversity, biogeography, and host associations of the Miridae (lnsecta: Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Cimicomorpha). Annual Review of Entomology 57: 377-404.

Cassis, G., R. T. Schuh and H. Brailovsky. 1999. A review of Onymocoris (Heteroptera: Thaumastocoridae), with a new species, and notes on hosts and distributions of other thaumastocorid species. Acta Societatis Zoologica Bohemoslavica 63:19-36.

Cassis, G., M. A. Wall and R. T. Schuh. 2007. Insect biodiversity and industrializing the taxonomic process: A case study with the Miridae (Heteroptera). Pp. 193-212 in T. Hodkinson and J. Parnell (eds.), Towards the Tree of Life: Taxonomy and Systematics of Large and Species Rich Clades. CRC Press, Boca Raton.

Eberhard, W. G., N. I. Platnick and R. T. Schuh. 1993. Natural history and systematics of arthropod symbionts (Araneae: Hemiptera; Diptera) inhabiting webs of the spider Tengella radiata (Araneae, Tengellidae). American Museum Novitates 3065: 1-17.

Eyles, A. C. and R. T. Schuh. 2003. Revision of New Zealand Bryocorinae and Phylinae (Insecta: Hemiptera: Miridae). New Zealand Journal of Zoology 30:263-325.

Grazia, J., R. T. Schuh and W. C. Wheeler. 2008. Phylogenetic analysis of family-group relationships in the Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera): combined analysis of morphology and DNA sequences. Cladistics 24: 932-976.

Henry, T. J. and R. T. Schuh. 1979. Redescription of Beamerella Knight and Hambletoniola Carvalho and included species (Hemiptera: Miridae) with a review of their relationships. American Museum Novitates 2689: 1-13.

Henry, T. J. and R. T. Schuh. 2002. Two new genera to accommodate two North American plant bugs (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 104: 211-220.

Kerzhner, I. M. and R. T. Schuh. 1995. Homonymy, synonymy, and new combinations in the Miridae (Heteroptera). American Museum Novitates 3137:1-11.

Kerzhner, I. M. and R. T. Schuh. 1998. Replacement names for junior homonyms in the family Miridae (Heteroptera). Zoosystematic Rossica 7: 171-172.

Kerzhner, I. M. and R. T. Schuh. 1998. Two new synonymies in Holarctic Phylini (Heteroptera: Miridae). Zoosystematica Rossica 7: 242.

Kerzhner, I. M. and R. T. Schuh. 2001. Corrections to the catalog "Plant Bugs of the World" by Randall T. Schuh (Heteroptera: Miridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 109: 263-299.

Menard, K. L. and R. T. Schuh. 2011. Revision of Leucophoropterini: Diagnoses, key to genera, redescription of the Australian fauna, and descriptions of new Indo-Pacific genera and species. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 760: 1-159.

Miller, R. and R. T. Schuh. 1995. On the feeding habits of Clivinema (Heteroptera: Miridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 102: 383-384.

Polhemus, J. T. and R. T. Schuh. 1995. A new species of Leotichius from Bali, with notes on immature stages and habitat (Heteroptera, Leptopodidae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 102: 367-373.

Rosen, D. E. and R. T. Schuh. 1976. [Review of] The flowering plants: Evolution above the species level, by G. L. Stebbins. Systematic Zoology 24: 505-506.

Schuh, R. T. 1967. The shore bugs (Hemiptera: Saldidae) of the Great Lakes Region. Contributions of the American Entomological Institute 2: 1-33.

Schuh, R. T. 1970. Swarming in an undescribed enicocephalid from Costa Rica. Entomological News 81:66-68.

Schuh, R. T. 1974. The Orthotylinae and Phylinae (Hemiptera: Miridae) of South Africa with a phylogenetic analysis of the ant mimetic tribes of the two subfamilies for the world. Entomologica Americana 47: 1-332.

Schuh, R. T. 1975. The structure, distribution and taxonomic importance of trichobothria in the Miridae (Hemiptera). American Museum Novitates 2585: 1-22.

Schuh, R. T. 1975. A response to E. G. Matthews. Systematic Zoology 24: 225-226.

Schuh, R. T. 1976. [Review of] Trait, de Zoologie. Anatomie, Systematique, Biology. Tome VIII. Insectes. Teguments, Systeme Nerveux, Organes Sensoriels. Fascicule III. Pierre-P. Grasse, ed. Systematic Zoology 25:97-98.

Schuh, R. T. 1976. Pretarsal structure in the Miridae (Hemiptera) with a cladistic analysis of relationships within the family. American Museum Novitates 2601: 1-39.

Schuh, R. T. 1977. [Review of] Classification of the Acridomorphoid insects, by V. M. Dirsh. Systematic Zoology 26:98-99.

Schuh, R. T. 1977. Wing asymmetry in the thaumastocorid Diseocoris drakei (Hemiptera). Revista Peruana de Entomologia 18: 12-13.

Schuh, R. T. 1978. [Review of] Major Patterns in Vertebrate Evolution, edited by M. K. Hecht, P. C. Goody, and B. M. Hecht. Systematic Zoology 27: 255-260.

Schuh, R. T. 1979. [Review of] Evolutionary trends of Heteroptera. Part II. Mouthpart-structures and feeding strategies, by R. H. Cobben. Systematic Zoology 28: 653-656.

Schuh, R. T. 1981. Willi Hennig Society: Report of First Annual Meeting. Systematic Zoology 30:76-81.

Schuh, R. T. 1981. Comments on definitive indicators of relationships: A response to Cobben. Systematic Zoology 30:192-197.

Schuh, R. T. 1981. Discussion of "Land snail biogeography: a true snail's pace of change." Pp. 231-34 in G. Nelson and D. E. Rosen (eds.), Vicariance Biogeography: A critique. Columbia University Press.

Schuh, R. T. 1982. [Review of] Biogeography and Ecology of New Guinea, edited by J. L. Gressitt. Systematic Zoology 3h 222-225.

Schuh, R. T. 1984. Revision of Indo-Pacific Phylinae (Hemiptera: Miridae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 177: 1-462.

Schuh, R. T. 1984. [Review of] The Semiaquatic Bugs (Hemiptera: Gerromorpha): Phylogeny, adaptations, biogeography, and classification. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 91: 522-523.

Schuh, R. T. 1986. The influence of cladistics on the classification of the Heteroptera. Annual Review of Entomology 31: 67-93.

Schuh, R. T. 1986. Merinocapsus froeschneri, a new species of phyline Miridae from western North America with notes on the genus (Heteroptera). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 94:217-225.

Schuh, R. T. 1986. Schizopteromiris, a new genus and four new species of coleopteroid cylapine Miridae from the Australian Region (Heteroptera). Annals de la Societe Entomologique de France 22: 241-46.

Schuh, R. T. 1989. [Review of] Biogeographica[ Evolution of the Malay Archipelago. Cladistics 5: 101-116.

Schuh, R. T. 1989. Old World Pilophorini: Description of nine new species with additional synonymic and taxonomic changes (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). American Museum Novitates 2945: 1-16.

Schuh, R. T. 1989. Review of Daleapidea Knight (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae: Orthotylini). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 97:159-166.

Schuh, R. T. 1989. [Review of] Catalog of the Heteroptera, or True Bugs, of Canada and the Continental United States. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 97:243-245.

Schuh, R. T. 1991. Phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analyses of the Pilophorini, with a revised classification (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Cladistics 7: 157-189.

Schuh, R. T. 1995. Plant bugs of the World (Heteroptera: Miridae): Systematic catalog, distributions, host list, and bibliography. New York Entomological Society, 1329 pp.

Schuh, R. T. 1997. [Review of] Studies on Hemipteran Phylogeny, C. W. Schaefer, ed. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 104: 231-235 (1996).

Schuh, R. T. 1997. [Review of] Zoological Catalog of Australia. Vol. 27.3A. Hemiptera. Heteroptera (Coleorrhyncha to Cimicomorpha), by G. Cassis and G. Gross. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 104: 231-235 (1996).

Schuh, R. T. 2000. Biological Systematics: Principles and Applications. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 236 pp.

Schuh, R. T. 2000. Revision of Oligotylus Van Duzee with descriptions of ten new species from western North America and comments on Lepidargyrus in the Nearctic (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae: Phylini). American Museum Novitates 3300: 1-44.

Schuh, R. T. 2000. Revision of the North American plant bug genus Megalopsallus Knight, with the description of eight new species from the West (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). American Museum Novitates 3305: 1-69.

Schuh, R. T. 2001. Revision of New World Plagiognathus Fieber, with comments on the Palearctic fauna and the description of a new genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 266: 1 -267.

Schuh, R. T. 2003. The Linnaean System and its 250year persistence. The Botanical Review 69: 59-78.

Schuh, R. T. 2003. [Review of] Biology of Plant Bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae). Pests, Predators, Opportunists. American Entomologist 49: 123-124.

Schuh, R. T. 2004. Revision of Tuxedo Schuh (Heteroptera: Miridae). American Museum Novitates 3435: 1 26.

Schuh, R. T. 2004. Revision of Europiella in North America, with the description of a new genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). American Museum Novitates 3463: 1 58.

Schuh, R. T. 2006. Moiseevichia leyserae, a new genus and new species of Asteraceae-feeding plant bugs from South Africa (Heterotpera: Miridae: Phylinae). Russian Entomological Journal 15(21: 97-102.

Schuh, R. T. 2006. Heissophila macrotheleae, a new genus and new species of Plokiophilidae from Thailand (Hemiptera, Heteroptera), with comments on the family diagnosis. Denisia 19: 637-645.

Schuh, R. T. 2006. Revision, phylogenetic, biogeographic, and host analysis of the endemic western North American Phymatopsallus group, with the description of 9 new genera and 15 new species (Insecta: Hemiptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 301 : 1-114.

Schuh, R. T. 2008. Beckocoris Knight, Nevadocoris Knight, and Lattinophylus artemisii, new genus and new species, Asteraceae feeding Phylini (Heteroptera: Miridae) from the interior of western North America. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 110: 1068-1110.

Schuh, R. T. 2009. Moiseevichia pericarti, new species from South Africa (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). Nouvelle Revue Entomologique (N.S.) 25: 267-272.

Schuh, R. T. 2010. Remembering James A. Slater. 1920-2008. Entomologica Americana 115: 172-181.

Schuh, R. T. 2012. Integrating specimen databases and revisionary systematics. ZooKeys 209: 255-267.

Schuh, R. T. and A. V. Z. Brower. 2009. Biological Systematics: Principles and Applications. Second Edition. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, 311 pp.

Schuh, R. T. and J. S. Farris. 1981. Methods for investigating taxonomic congruence and their application to the Leptopodomorpha. Systematic Zoology 30: 331-351.

Schuh, R. T. and L. H. Herman. 1988. Biography and bibliography. Petr Wolfgang Wygodzinsky (19671987). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 96: 227 244.

Schuh, R. T. and J. D. Lattin. 1980. Myrmecophyes oregonensis, a new species of Halticini from the western United States. American Museum Novitates 2697: 1-11.

Schuh, R. T. and K. L. Menard. 2011. Santalalean-feeding plant bugs: Ten new species in the genus Hypseloecus Reuter from Australia and South Africa (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae): Their hosts and placement in the Pilophorini. Australian Journal of Entomology 50: 365-392.

Schuh, R. T. and P. Pedraza. 2010. Wallabicoris, new genus (Hemiptera: Miridae: Phylinae: Phylini) from Australia, with the description of 37 new species and an analysis of host associations. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 338: 1-117.

Schuh, R. T. and J. T. Polhemus. 1980. Analysis of taxonomic congruence among morphological, ecological, and biogeographic data sets for the Leptopodomorpha (Hemiptera). Systematic Zoology 29: 1-26.

Schuh, R. T. and J. T. Polhemus. 1980. Saldolepta kistnerorum, new genus and species from Ecuador (Hemiptera: Leptopodomorpha), the sister group of Leptosalda chiapensis. American Museum Novitates 2698: 1-5.

Schuh, R. T. and J. T. Polhemus. 2009. Revision and analysis of Pseudosaldula Cobben (Insecta: Hemiptera: Saldidae): a group with a classic Andean distribution. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 323: 1-102.

Schuh, R. T. and R. Salas. 2011. Revision of Para-pseudosthenarus Schuh and Pseudosthenarus Poppius (Hemiptera: Miridae), a monophyletic group of Crotalarieae-feeding Phylinae from South Africa with a discussion of hosts and distributions. African Entomology 19: 660-708.

Schuh, R. T. and M. D. Schwartz. 1984. Carvalhoma: Revised subfamily placement (Hemiptera: Miridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 92: 48-52.

Schuh, R. T. and M. D. Schwartz. 1985. Revision of Rhinacloa Reuter, (Hemiptera: Miridae) with a phylogenetic analysis. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 179: 379-474.

Schuh, R. T. and M. D. Schwartz. 1988. Revision of New World Pilophorini (Heteroptera: Miridae). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 187: 101-201.

Schuh, R. T. and M. D. Schwartz. 2004. New genera, new species, new synonyms, and new combinations in North America and Caribbean Phylinae (Heteroptera: Miridae). American Museum Novitates 3436: 1-36.

Schuh, R. T. and M. D. Schwartz. 2005. Review of North American Chlamydatus Curtis species, with new synonymy and the description of two new species (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae). American Museum Novitates 3471: 1-55.

Schuh, R. T. and J. A. Slater. 1995. True Bugs of the World (Hemiptera: Heteroptera). Classification and Natural History. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York, xii + 338 pp.

Schuh, R. T. and G. M. Stonedahl. 1986. Historical biogeography in the Indopacific: A cladistic approach. Advances in Cladistics 4: 337-355.

Schuh, R. T. and P. Stys. 1991. Phylogenetic analysis of cimicomorphan family relationships. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 99: 298-350.

Schuh, R. T. and C. Weirauch. 2010. Myrtaceae-feeding Phylinae (Hemiptera: Miridae) from Australia. Description and analysis of phylogenetic and host relationships for a monophyletic assemblage of three new genera. Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 344: 1-95.

Schuh, R. T. and G. Wu. 2009. Revision of Eminoculus Schuh (Heteroptera: Miridae: Phylinae) from South Africa, with the description of five new species. Entomologica Americana 115: 36-66.

Schuh, R. T. and P. Wygodzinsky. 1977. Willi Hennig. Syst. Zool 26: 104-105.

Schuh, R. T., G. Cassis and E. Guilbert. 2006. Description of the first Recent macropterous species of Vianaidinae (Heteroptera: Tingidae) with comments on the phylogenetic relationships of the family within the Cimicomoprha. Journal of the New York Entomological Society 114: 38-53.

Schuh, R. T., B. Galil and J. T. Polhemus. 1987. Catalogue and bibliography of Leptopodomorpha (Heteroptera). Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 185: 243406.

Schuh, R. T., S. Hewson-Smith and J. S. Ascher. 2010. Specimen databases: A case study in entomology using web-based software. American Entomologist 56: 206-216.

Schuh, R. T., P. Lindskog and I. M. Kerzhner. 1995. Europiella Reuter (Heteroptera: Miridae): recognition as a holarctic group, notes on synonymy, and description of a new species, Europiella carvalhoi, from North America. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington 97: 379-395.

Schuh, R. T., C. Weirauch and W. C. Wheeler. 2009. Phylogenetic analysis of family-group relationships in the Cimicomorpha (Hemiptera). Systematic Entomology 34: 15-48.

Schuh, R. T., C. Weirauch, T. J. Henry and S. E. Halbert. 2008. A new family of Heteroptera from the Eastern United States (Insecta). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 101: 20-29.

Schwartz, M. D. and R. T. Schuh. 1990. The world's largest isometopine, Gigantometopus rossi, new genus and new species (Heteroptera: Miridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 98: 9-13.

Schwartz, M. D. and R. T. Schuh. 1999. New genera and species of conifer-inhabiting phyline plant bugs from North America (Heteroptera: Miridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 107: 204-237.

Schwartz, M. D. and R. T. Schuh. 2008. A new genus and species of Halticini from South Africa (Heteroptera: Miridae). African Entomology 16: 23-32.

Slater, J. A. and R. T. Schuh. 1969. New species of Isometopinae from South Africa (Hemiptera: Miridae). Journal of the Entomological Society of Southern Africa 32: 351-366.

Slater, J. A. and R. T. Schuh. 1990. A remarkably large new species of Discocoris from Colombia (Heteroptera: Thaumastocoridae). Journal of the New York Entomological Society 98: 402-405.

Slater, J. A., R. T. Schuh, G. Cassis, C. A. Johnson and P. Pedraza-Penaloza. 2009. Revision of Laryngodus Herrich-Schaeffer, an Allocasuarina feeder, with comments on its biology and the classification of the family (Heteroptera: Lygaeoidea: Rhyparochromidae). Invertebrate Systematics 23: 111-133.

Stonedahl, G. M. and R. T. Schuh. 1986. Squamocoris Knight and Ramentomiris, new genus (Heteroptera: Miridae: Orthotylinae). A cladistic analysis and description of seven new species from Mexico and the western United States. American Museum Novitates 2852: 1-26.

Weirauch, C. and R. T. Schuh. 2011. Southern Hemisphere distributional patterns in plant bugs (Hemiptera: Miridae: Phylinae): Xiphoidellus, gen. nov. from Australia and Ampimpacoris, gen. nov. from Argentina show Transantarctic relationships. Invertebrate Systematics 24: 473-508 (2010).

Weirauch, C. and R. T. Schuh. 2011. Systematics and evolution of Heteroptera: 25 years of progress. Annual Review of Entomology 56: 487-510.

Wheeler, W. C., R. T. Schuh and R. Bang. 1993. Cladistic relationships among higher groups of Heteroptera: congruence between morphological and molecular data sets. Entomologica Scandinavica 24: 121-137.

THOMAS J. HENRY (1) AND CHRISTINE A. JOHNSON (2)

(1) Systematic Entomology Laboratory, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, c/o National Museum of Natural History, MRC-168, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D.C. 20013-7013

(2) The American Museum of Natural History, Division of Invertebrate Zoology, Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, NY 10024

E-mail address: thomas.henry@ars.usda.gov and cjohnson@amnh.org.

(a) This article replaces the article in Volume 118, No. 1-4 for error corrections.
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